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This test was taken on Computer.
Study: The yellow book, Ultimate Guide to the Generalist EC - 4, is very helpful. Concentration should primarily be on Language Arts/Reading. Studying with a buddy is best.
Test: Get plenty of rest the night before. The test was harder than expected because the reading is lengthy. The math, history, science, art, and music are not hard, but the scenerios for Language Arts/Reading is very lengthy. Be sure to take breaks.
Study: The yellow book, online resources, and friend's notes. I started studying one month before the test. Before studying, read the competencies to know what you are expected to know.
Test: Sleep well the night before. Have a light breakfast and bring bottles of water to have during the test. Go through the entire test, and make notes of the questions you are hesitant about. At the end, go back and review those questions again.
Study: I read "Preparing for the Texas Pre K - 4 Teacher Certification" by Janice L Nath and Jonn Ramsey and "Ultimate Yellow Guide" from Texas Teachers.
Test: Read both books and practice the test that come with it... it was really easy... but you do have to study, study, study... and take it online it was the best thing I could have done, you get your results right there...
Study: Cliff's notes Texes EC - 4 and SBEC online study guide.
Test: It was harder than expected. Spend a lot of time on language arts.
This test was taken on Paper.
Study: The big yellow book and the EC - 4 Cliff's notes guide. The big yellow book was extremely helpful. I don't recommend the Cliff's notes. I would study the content and take as many practice tests as possible.
Test: It was much easier than I expected and was easier than the practice exams. Spend a lot of time on reading and English development terms.
Study: I used the Cliff Notes Review book. It had two full length practice tests, which really helped me prepare for the real test.
Test: It was easier than the practice tests. A trick to remember about how to answer the questions is to "keep it simple". Most of the time the more complicated answer is incorrect.
Study: The big yellow book - link is on the website.
Test: Easier than expected. Anything that involves group work or teacher guided instruction would be right.
Study: I studied the yellow study book EC - 4 from Texas Teachers and materials online at TxTeachers.org. The yellow study guide was the best. I would allow more time for review next time.
Test: It was just as difficult as I expected. A trick to pass the test would be to understand the study materials, don't just memorize words/terms.
Study: The yellow book that is on the Texas Teachers website.
Test: It was harder than expected, but if you keep your answers student centered and in the least restrictive environment they are usually correct.
Study: I studied the Ultimate Guide to the Generalist EC - 4.
Test: Study the study guide, arrive early, eat a good breakfast, and think positive!
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